- 04-13-2009, 08:55 PM
- 04-14-2009, 03:28 AM
lunch is simple lean beef with brown rice and speg sauce
or chicken breasts with sweet potaoe broccli if you dont have time to eat meals....
put whey protein powder in a baggy or egg whites in your freezer
if you in a rush 50 gram eggwhites or 60 whey protein every two hours with oats mixed in and/or olive oil.(depending on whether you dont want to mix c and f)
You can drink easily drink 1000 k's (yes i said 1000) if your doing work all day long. i know I had to keep calories up or Id shrink working outside in the heat(90 plus degrees) and cold(and 10 degrees outside) moving around stuff.Follow me on facebook, twitter and youtube, where I share information and videos to help you achieve your physique goals, John Smeton Ftness
- 04-14-2009, 05:19 AM
Flawed: make yourself some chicken breasts at night maybe even some brown rice and of course bring bread whole wheat to put your breast on or eat it plain...brown rice warm in micro with a little water....i take my lunch everyday to work and its not to bad...I bring like 2 pbj, 2 ham cheese, 1 or 2 chicken breasts with bread also and a slice of cheese to put on them etc... then i drink bout 4 or more pro shakes a day an 2 to 3 bcaas drinks a day...even could possibly bring oatmeal in with you, the oatmeal with the old man on it of course...i usually eat 1 or 2 cups of that a day too...hope this gives you an idea...
04-14-2009, 07:54 AM
When I was doing physical labour, I did my 3k clean calories, plus how god only knows how many calories from fast food, That was also the leanest bulking ive ever done and I wasnt even trying to bulk at the time
04-14-2009, 03:05 PM
I do construction type work...usually working between 10-15 hours a day, 6 days a week....I just throw a bucket of protein powder in my truck and drink 'em all day lol
And of course, pack some sandwiches and fruit for lunch.
04-14-2009, 06:57 PM
04-14-2009, 08:07 PM
I used to be in a warehouse. I strait packed my george forman grill, lean beef patty or chicken breast, cottage cheese, green beans, flax seed multirain bread, and some other stuff i cant remember. People walked in with McDonalds and envied my lunch!
04-14-2009, 09:44 PM
04-15-2009, 09:42 AM
04-15-2009, 01:14 PM
I'm providing nutritional support for a guy at my gym, he's a laborer and often does 12 hour shifts on the trot with very few breaks.
I found that the best things for him were either:
1. Huge batch of Tuna with mashed potatoes, veggies and olive oil made into a 'hash'.
2. MRPs (dry powder in shakers, ready to add milk) with fruit to snack on.
I suppose anything could be used, so long as it's 'ready to eat'. I think it could become an issue if you start needing microwaves or blenders to make your food and the temptation to use MRPs for most meals is pretty great if you don't get consistent breaks.
04-15-2009, 01:36 PM
my new issue is spending the day in a car, or out since I am a "claims specialist" aka a roofing salesman with a fancy title.
with summer coming, I am unsure how to carry food with me that will be good throughout the day.
Is there such a thing as a car fridge?
EDIT: yes...yes there is! ""wagan 12-Volt 15 Liter Hot / Cold Personal Fridge"" WOOT!
04-15-2009, 09:09 PM
04-21-2009, 07:07 PM
The trades is the perfect venue to make all your food in big batches and either freeze parts of it or eat it all week (which gets old). I make 4 or 5 sweet potatoes in the oven and put all of them in tupperware for the week, then make broccoli or some other veggies 2-3x/week (steam up a whole produce bag's worth at a time).
Making chili is a great idea, and I also used to make big batches of meat spaghetti sauce which I would freeze and eat over a period of a couple weeks.
I still end up hungry as hell at the end of the day, gotta work on that. If they have the dehumidifying systems going I'll go thru 1.5 gallons of water a day and probably an extra 1000-1500 calories on a hard day. I had 4lbs difference on the scale between this morning (dehydrated) and this afternoon (partially hydrated).